MEAG senior infra investor resigns

17 January 2020 - 12:00 am UTC

Maximilian Hartmann has resigned from his position as a senior investment manager at MEAG Munich Ergo Asset Management’s German infrastructure equity investment team, a source close said.

He is due to leave the Munich office of the investment management company, a subsidiary of German insurer Munich Re, some time over the next few months.

Hartmann (pictured), who has worked at MEAG for just over two years on transport and energy acquisitions, announced the news on his LinkedIn page with the words: “Take my seat at MEAG!”

He is expected to join a European infrastructure fund manager in the summer, the source said.

Hartmann, who declined to comment, was the deal lead for MEAG’s successful bid alongside Mirova last year for Ardian Infrastructure’s 47.1% in French car park operator Indigo Group. He also worked on MEAG’s unsuccessful bids for ELL and Cory Riverside, according to his LinkedIn page.

Between 2013 and 2017, Hartmann worked as an associate at UniCredit’s project finance and capital advisory team.

Deals he worked on at the German bank included two German road PPPs, the A7 and the A94, and the bond refinancing of Turkey’s Mersin port in 2013, according to his LinkedIn profile.

MEAG did not respond to requests for comment.

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